Hatshepsut 15th century BC The most famous female king of Egypt was Hatshepsut, who reigned in her own right. She attained unprecedented power for a woman, adopting the full titles and regalia of a pharaoh.
The Italian bronze statuettes of the Renaissance by Bode, Wilhelm von, 1845-1929; Marks, Murray, 1840?-1918, author; Grétor, William, translator Published 1907 Topics Bronzes, Italian, Bronzes (Renaissance), Sculpture, Renaissance SHOW MORE In portfolios Title vignette "Translated from the German by William Grétor." Added t.p. in v.1, dated 1908, follows introductory text Each portfolio consists of an introductory essay followed by photographs, all on unbound leaves
The Empire of Ice Cream: Stories by Jeffrey Ford. Magic is everywhere—for those who know where to look. A collection of stories from a master of imagination & magical realism. The bittersweet Nebula Award–winning title story introduces a composer with synesthesia who finds the sound—and woman—of his dreams through a cup of coffee. Then there are the fairies that inhabit sandcastles in the fleeting moments before the inevitable rise of the tide.